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Ozri 2014

Sharing your analysis: practical steps for automating your workflows

The power of sharing through automation (and udder stuff)

When was the last time you bought something and it got better with age? Maybe a good red wine or a Heysen Blue cheese? They both sound pretty good. Well, with cloud software and upgradable smart devices, it’s more than tannins or lactic acid that change – new functionality and apps comes out at a rapid pace.

I was all prepared for my technical presentation with Ivan Ermoshkin on Sharing your analysis: practical steps for automating your workflows when the latest Beta for Web Appbuilder for ArcGIS was released with the September ArcGIS online upgrade. This was great news for users looking for a “no code” way to configure and host responsive web applications, but a bit of a time crunch for me to reconfigure the geoprocessing widgets just days before Ozri. It really needed to be done, however, because I wanted to demonstrate the geoprocessing widgets in the presentation.

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Ozri 2014

ArcGIS Enterprise Systems: performance and scalability

Plan your success with ArcGIS

Planning, for anything, always seem like a good idea, but often we don’t get around to it – just ask the NSW Rural Fire Service, whose Planning to Plan is not a Plan campaign is trying to get that message across to all rural homeowners (myself included).

With this considered, I was excited to be teaching part of the ArcGIS Enterprise Systems: Performance and Scalability workshop. Information Technology like fire prevention demands a level of planning for growth and sustainability.

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